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"One Cannot Remain Simple Just as One Cannot Remain An Adolescent"

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There is a great deal of difference between being simple and being stupid. To most of us the word “simple” conjures up thoughts of a near imbecile, or, as some would put it, a person who is one slip from a fall or short of a load. That is not what is meant by the term “simple” in the Book of Proverbs. Being simple is a stage in the development of every person, very much like adolescence. Everyone must go through the “simple” phase of life, just as they go through puberty. But simplicity is also a very dangerous time in life because those who are simple are so vulnerable and gullible. Furthermore, being simple is one short step from being a fool, so this critical period in life must be lived very carefully. Those of us who have already passed this point in life may now have children who fall into this category, but if not, we will nevertheless find it necessary to deal with those who are simple. Therefore, we too must listen well to the words of Proverbs as they define both the condition and the cure for those who are simple. Listen in to the Time of Transfer Lesson Topic Series: One Cannot Remain Simple Just as One Cannot Remain An Adolescent Part 1 also visit us at www.uptopministries.org

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